The 'i' in our website 'iMixie.com' stands for 'Indian Mixie' and is all about the best Indian Mixer Grinders. In India it is commonly called Mixie or Mixies, a term which evolved in India for the Indian Blenders made in India. The site also has good explanation of how the unique Indian table top wet grinders work and tips on how to use Indian wet grinders.
The Indian Mixie is the most advanced and best blender in the world because they are designed to do the rough and tough grinding jobs required for Indian cooking recipes like Dosas, Idly and Vadas. They are also made tough to withstand the frequent voltage fluctuation and electric outages in India.
The Indian Mixer grinder design is especially suited to grind Indian Spices and Masalas for making Curries. The latest Mixies have new attachments like juicers, coconut graters and coconut milk extractors.
The most popular Mixer Grinders in India are discussed on the dedicated pages on each of the Indian Mixer grinder manufacturers. For our lucky friends who are in America, they still want to enjoy Dosas and idlis in USA. For their sake we have a dedicated page on the Best 110V Mixer Grinders and wet grinders available in USA.
Along with Indian mixer grinders, the other very popular gadget for Indian cooking is the table top wet grinder. We have a dedicated page on the Best model Indian wet grinders. Also concerning wet grinders, there is a page on How to select the right table top Wet Grinder.
There are many Mixer Grinder brands in India and there are differing opinions about the best Mixie in India, but the Preethi Mixer grinder model Blue Leaf Platinum is generally considered best Mixer Grinder in India. We have a page where we have selected, what we feel are the best Mixer Grinders to buy in India, and we explain why we think the selected mixer grinders are the best in India.
We have separate pages for the most popular Mixer grinders in India in Alphabetical Order as follows. Click on the Mixie brand name to take you to the dedicated page of that mixer grinder.
The images here shows the most popular Kitchen Appliances of today. In the picture here, 1 and 3 are Mixies (Blenders), with rotating blades fixed inside the bottom of a jar. Item 6 is also a blender which is hand held with the rotating blades at the bottom. Item 5 is a Stand Mixer. Item 2 is a food processor and item 4 is a combo blender cum food processor.
The invention of the small electric motor with less than 1 Horse Power (746 Watts) power output in the early 1900's led to the rapid development of small domestic appliances like blenders, mixer grinders or mixies, vacuum cleaners, etc. The first electric blender was invented 1922 for making Milk Shakes by Mr. Stephen J. Poplawski, a Polish American. A blender is an appliance which has fast rotating blades either fixed at the bottom of the jar or has blades at the end of a portable hand held device.
Indian cooking requires many pastes like ginger garlic paste, chutneys, idli dosa batter and so on. The first blender suited for Indian cooking and made entirely in India was the Sumeet. We Indians called it a 'Mixer Grinder' rather than a 'blender', and we even coined a special name for it 'The Mixie'. This site 'iMixie.Com' is dedicated to the Indian Mixie, and it is all about the great Indian Mixie, which without doubt is the best in the world, and all of us, Indians can be proud of it.
Please find below links to the Amazon online store in your country. Amazon is usually your best place to buy Indian Mixer Grinders because not only are they very competitively priced but you also have the assurance of service, and in the worst case, even return for a refund in case you are not satisfied.
This is the Link for Indian Mixer Grinders on Amazon Canada
This is the Link for Mixer Grinders (both 220V and US 110V) on Amazon India
This is the link for Indian Mixer Grinder on Amazon UK
This is the link for 110V 60Hz Indian Mixer Grinders on Amazon USA
Below are links to all the pages on this website. Please visit these pages and make full use of all the great information about Indian Mixer Grinders and Wet Grinders.